How to close a Trade

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Closing a trade is as simple as opening one. If you believe you are making a loss, unsure about a trading market top, or if you believe your trading instrument will depreciate soon, you can close a trade in My Portfolio section of the NAGA Web TRADER.

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My Portfolio menu displays your Active, Pending, and Closed Trades. In Active Trades section, you will see all your active trades with the details for each one, such as: Deposit, Copier amount, Copy Bonus, P&L, ROI and the time you’ve opened your trade. Select the trade you wish to close, and press the “-” icon on the right side of the screen.

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To make sure you're not closing a trade accidentally, we will ask you to confirm if you really want to close this trade. Hit the Close button again after verifying and double-checking all the details.

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Your trade is now closed! You can see all the details about your trade on the confirmation pop-up. Your closed trade will now appear in the Closed Trades section, under My Portfolio menu.

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If you need further assistance, please do not hesitate to contact our staff.

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